Letter: Fundraiser appreciates community support, chefs and sponsors

July 18, 2013 

I would like to give thanks and describe the incredible experience that we had at the 9th annual pancake breakfast on June 1st. This event was the first time I was able to participate. What an incredible amount of talent we have in our community who pulled together to raise funds that assist children and families through Safe Harbor Support Center.

Jerome Delvin, former senator and current Benton County Commissioner; Steve Keane, Benton County Sheriff, Andy Miller, Benton County Prosecutor; Chris Skinner, Richland police chief, Ken Hohenberg Kennewick police chief; former Benton County Commissioner Leo Bowman, were all outstanding chefs and obviously dedicated to our communities children and families.

The sponsors were very helpful and this event could not have been accomplished without them. Benton/Franklin Mounted Sheriff's Posse, Henry's Restaurant, Red Door Party Rentals, Bennett Rentals, John & Jan Hansens, Frank & Mary Lamb, Tri-City Sign and Barricade and Windermere Tri-Cities. Thank you from the bottom of our heart. Your commitment and dedication did not go unnoticed. Our community is in good hands with these dedicated individuals.

KAREN KIRK-BROCKMAN, Interim executive director

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